Egyptian Handmade Brass Turkish Coffee M
ITEM DESCRIPTION : PROFESSIONALLY HANDMADE BRASS TABLETOP ALCOHOL BURNER WITH METAL HANDLE+ POT IBRIK .
NOW YOU CAN TASTE THE REAL TURKISH COFFEE
This SALE includes :
Qty (1) Brass tabletop alcohol burner Turkish coffee make
Qty (1) Brass Turkish coffee pot (ibrik) of 2 cups capacity.
Qty (1) Brass flame cover.
Qty (1) Plastic filling flask aid
Handcrafted In Egypt
Our Items Are 100% Handmade By Highly Skillful Craftsmen In Egypt
!!! This handmade coffee burner will add A great antique look to your corner
Condition: 100% New Egyptian Handmade With High Quality
Quantity : 1 pcs
Color : Gold
Weight (Approx.) : 575 gm = (20.2oz)
Material: solid brass
NOTE : You can use white ethanol alcohol
size (Approx.) :
Width Without ( The Handle) = 5.2 Inch (13 cm)
HEIGHT : 5 Inch = 12.5 cm
Used to make Turkish & Arabian coffee (without electricity)
With such real solid hard brass this burner will last for years and years
The ideal way to make thick Turkish coffee foam
Amazing detail and craftsmanship.
Will definitely add a decorative look to your corner.
Can be used anywhere any time no need to electric source (camping -home)
1-brass has a unique better heat distribution qualities than most other meterials used in such application, this will not make the drinks stick on the bottom of the pots.
2-This pots are covered from inside with high pure tin (99.99 % purity) as per the health regulations.
3-This pots are made of Egyptian brass alloys with 63% copper+37% zinc.
4-the handle color are usually changable from (black ,brown or cream ) so we can't make sure which color you will receivepls see the picture below ( you well receive one of those designs or colours)
HOW TO SERVE A GREAT TURKISH COFFEE ??
1. Measure the amount of cold water you will need.
2. Place your pot of water on the stove and turn the heat to medium-high (just until the water heats up).
3. Add about 1-2 heaping tea spoons of coffee per demitasse cup. Do not stir it yet. Just let the coffee "float" on the surface because if you stir it now you will cause it to clump up.
4. Add sugar to taste. Do not stir it yet, because the water needs to be warm before it can dissolve.
5. When the coffee starts to sinks into the water and the temperature is warm enough to dissolve your sugar, stir it several times and then turn down the heat to low. You should stir it several times, up until it your brew starts to foam. The more you mix it better it will foam ( you can also vigorously move your spoon side to side to encourage foaming action).
6. When you see the bubble "ring" forming on the surface, turn down the heat a little bit more or move your pot away from the heat source. Pay attention to the bubbles. Smaller the size the better for the foam.
7. From this point on watch your coffee carefully. The slower you cook it, the better. Do not let the temperature get hot enough to start boiling. (NEVER LET IT BOIL - many instructions on how to make Turkish coffee use the term "boili